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Miserable_Bus6223

Thank you for reply.


Claymor78

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Claymor78

Its a complicated question but here's a guide: Do you need more perf in games now? -- if yes: maybe OC -- if no: don't OC Would you like higher avg fps or smoother game play? -- if smoother game play: maybe don't OC -- if higher fps: maybe OC If yes to any of the above, how old is your hardware? Can you afford to upgrade or replace if it breaks? -- If it a new or you can't afford to replace: probably don't OC -- If its older and you wont be out a PC if it breaks: You should OC IF YOU OC HERES THINGS TO KNOW - raising voltage and tempa not clock speed is what can damage components, so any OC'ing you can do without raising temps to much or voltage to much is much safer. - download software like HWmonitor etc and track your temps to make sure your PC can handle the OC - benchmark your rig after your OC, having higher clocks doesn't mean better perf if its unstable, which can be checked by running benchmarks -lastly watch YouTube videos on OC'ing your comps ( be mindful of who you listen to tho, there's as much bad advice as there is good in the world)


Claymor78

Also take this with a grain of salt, but I have overclocked every CPU and GPU I have ever owned and never had an issue related to it, but I don't keep my hardware longer then 4yr so


Miserable_Bus6223

My hardware is like 1 year old, not even that much.